1 NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE Where Success Starts...and Continues New Student Degree-Seeking 2015 APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION ENCLOSED YOU WILL FIND: Introduction and Deadline Information Instructions to Complete the Application Programs and Admissions Requirements Application for Admission APPLICATION FEE $50 (non-refundable) APPLICATION COMPLETION DEADLINES All documents must be submitted by the following dates: Fall Semester: August 15 Spring Semester: January 5 Note: If any of these dates falls on a weekend, the deadline is the following Monday. Some programs have different deadlines; please check the chart included. OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS Nassau Community College One Education Drive Garden City, NY Tel Fax STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
2 CHECKLIST FOR SUCCESSFUL ENROLLMENT COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION Review the Programs and Admissions Requirements chart. Be sure to meet admissions requirements for the program of your choice. If you do not, you may be admitted to an alternative program. Submit the $50 non-refundable application fee, with the Application Fee Payment Form. The fee can be paid by check or money order (payable to Nassau Community College), or by credit card. Your application cannot be processed without submission of the $50 fee. SUBMIT YOUR ACADEMIC RECORDS Freshmen: Current high school seniors who have not yet graduated must provide a preliminary official transcript; all students, however, must submit a final high school transcript as proof of high school graduation by the first day of the semester. (Note: the College reserves the right to request a final official high school transcript from all applicants for admission to the college and/or for specific programs.) If you have SAT or ACT scores, submit them prior to taking our placement tests, as they may waive you from some or all parts of the test. To have your test scores sent to Nassau Community College, please use our SAT College Code 2563 or ACT code If you have taken any Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureat (IB) classes in high school and/or college classes during your attendance in high school, submit transcripts to the Admissions Office. You may be eligible for college credit based on your scores or course grades. Transfer Students: Submit official college transcripts from EACH institution attended. Unofficial transcripts cannot be accepted. If you have an associate in arts (AA), associate in science (AS) or an associate in applied science (AAS) degree or higher, your high school record is not needed (unless you are applying to an Allied Health Science Program or to Morturary Science); official college transcripts noting the degree will suffice. Students with an associate in occupational studies (AOS) must submit high school records. MEET THE APPLICATION DEADLINE DATE The deadline date for most programs is August 15 for fall admission and January 5 for spring admission. Some programs, however, have earlier deadlines, including Mortuary Science, Medical Laboratory Technician, Nursing (R.N.), Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiation Therapy Tech, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care, and Surgical Technology. Consult the Programs and Admissions Requirements chart. THE PLACEMENT TEST Many students are required to take NCC s placement test. You will be notified through your student if you need to take one or more sections. Test results will determine your beginning levels in English, reading and/or math courses. If your test results place you into remedial courses, these courses must be taken during your first semester and before you can take many collegelevel courses. PAY FOR COLLEGE If you wish to apply for financial aid, complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at This is your first step in the financial aid process. Our school code for FAFSA is NEW YORK STATE HEALTH REQUIREMENTS If you were born on or after 1/1/1957, submit proof of immunization against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and the New York State meningitis survey to the Office of Health Services. Go to edu/healthservices. Failure to provide the immunization documentation by the 30th day of the semester will result in your being dropped from classes with no tuition or fee refund. ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT AND REGISTRATION Accepted students will be notified by student about academic advisement. Incoming students are strongly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor so that you register for the right classes. You will use your MyNCC account to access your student records, register for classes, and pay your tuition bill. NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION Be prepared to start your college career at NCC! Go to and learn more about the New Student Orientation and other programs and resources for new students. ACTIVATE YOUR MYNCC PORTAL ACCOUNT When your application is received, the Admissions Office will mail your NCC ID (identification) number to you. Use your ID number to activate your portal account. MyNCC is your gateway to a variety of web-based applications, including your NCC STUDENT and BANNER, the student information management system used to register for classes, pay your bill, track your academic progress and more. Go to Your NCC STUDENT is our main communication vehicle with you. Check it often. *Information requested that is marked with an asterisk (*) is voluntary and is used for statistical and reporting purposes only. Information will be kept confidential. Refusal to provide this information will not subject the applicant to any adverse treatment; nor will information be used in a discriminatory manner. Nassau Community College is a comprehensive, full opportunity College, open to all qualified applicants. Nassau Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, physically challenged status or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran in admissions, employment and treatment of students and employees.
3 WELCOME TO NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE Where Success Starts...and Continues This information is your guide to successful admission and enrollment. Please read each of the following sections carefully. Introduction to the Application and Deadline Information Checklist for Successful Enrollment Instructions to Complete the Application Program and Admissions Requirements Chart Application for Admission Application Fee Payment Form WHO SHOULD USE THIS APPLICATION? This application is for NEW degree-seeking students who plan to obtain a college degree here at NCC and/or elsewhere. Students who apply with this application are accepted as matriculated students. There are two categories of NEW degree-students: Freshman never attended college as a degree (matriculated) student before. (Freshmen may have completed college credit while in high school.) Transfer attended one or more colleges and/or post-secondary schools, regardless of courses/credits completed and status as degree or non-degree. Other the 24-credit High School Equivalency (HSE) program (formerly known as the GED). Students without an official high school diploma may earn a high school equivalency (HSE) diploma through the completion of 24 defined college credits. Students are accepted as non-degree, and are not eligible for financial aid. Upon completion of the program, students are granted the HSE by the New York State Education Department and may continue their education as degree (matriculated) students, using the 24 completed credits as the foundation for most programs of study. Interested students are required to attend an information session prior to the application process. Contact ADMISSION TO NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE All applicants who can demonstrate that they have (or will have) a recognized high school diploma are eligible for matriculated admission to Nassau Community College. Your choice of program is a key factor in determining your admission status. Study the PROGRAMS AND ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS chart carefully to learn about requirements. Some programs of study have specific criteria, including completion, with designated grades of certain courses in high school and/or college, that must be met prior to admission. In cases where pre-requisites are not met, new students are accepted into alternate programs at NCC, to give them the time and opportunity to complete requirements. Note: There is no guarantee of admission to the competitive programs (such as Nursing and Allied Health) for students who start in an alternate program. However, courses taken usually represent liberal arts and sciences that are the foundation for most programs at NCC and elsewhere. Academic advisors are available to provide guidance on alternate academic opportunities. PLANNING YOUR COLLEGE STUDIES Whatever your academic interest, career goal, or timetable, Nassau Community College is a great place to start. In addition to the many day and evening class offerings, do learn more about Weekend College at NCC : Busy students can take classes on Friday evenings and during daytime hours on Saturdays and Sundays. Learn more at or call , or Distance Education: Select online, hybrid, or telecourse options to accommodate your schedule. Distance Education courses are comparable to those taught in a face-to-face environment at NCC. They are taught by NCC instructors, carry the same number of credits, can be applied to degree or elective requirements and are accepted for transfer. Visit or call to learn more. Do NOT use this application if you are in one of the following categories: A returning NCC student who now seeks re-admission after leaving NCC A non-degree student who wishes to take courses for personal enrichment or professional growth An international student seeking an F-1 visa A visiting student (matriculated at another college but wanting to take classes at Nassau) You may locate the appropriate application for admission at Note: Non-degree students are not eligible for state or federal financial aid and may be restricted from taking certain classes. Consult the online college catalog to learn about course pre-requisites.
4 Nassau Community College APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION INSTRUCTIONS Please read these instructions carefully. It is important that your application is completed with all necessary and correct information. Mail all documents to: Office of Admissions, Nassau Community College One Education Drive, Garden City, NY SECTION A - PERSONAL INFORMATION Semester For Which You Are Applying: Indicate your starting semester-- Fall (which begins in early September) or Spring (which begins in late January). Information on admission to the summer and winter terms will be available on the NCC website. Social Security Number: Enter your United States of America Social Security Number (SSN). Your SSN is used to coordinate the collection of information for all your student records. Authority to collect the SSN is granted under Section 355 of the New York Education Law. Your response will be held confidential. Please double check the number for accuracy. Name and Address: Provide your last, first and middle names and, if you have had previous names, report those last, first and middle names. Permanent Address: Enter your house number, street name, and apartment number (if applicable), city, state, zip code and the country in which you reside if other than the U.S.A. State and County of Residence: Indicate in years how long you have lived in NASSAU COUNTY and in NEW YORK STATE. Mailing Address: Enter only if you have a mailing address that is DIFFERENT from your permanent address. Home Telephone: Enter your 10-digit home telephone number. Cellular Telephone: Enter another 10-digit telephone number where you can be reached. Gender: Choose male or female. Date of Birth: Report your date of birth by providing the month, day and year in mm/dd/yyyy format. Citizenship: Report your United States of America citizenship status. If you are not a citizen of the U.S.A., report your country of citizenship and your country of birth. If you are in the U.S.A on a temporary visa, select the type of visa and provide proof of your status to the Office of Admissions. If you are applying for F-1 visa or J visa status, please refer to the Office of International Students on our website: If you do not fit into any of these categories, check" Other" and list your status. Ethnicity*: If you are Hispanic/Latino, please report your ethnicity. Race*: Please report your race, including Hispanic/Latino. Address: CLEARLY PRINT your address. Disciplinary Dismissal: The State University of New York requires applicants to provide this information. If you answer "Yes," you must submit a Request for Admissions Review Committee form at least 30 days before the semester begins. SECTION B - EDUCATION INFORMATION Placement Test Accommodations: If English is not your first language, and you would prefer to take the English as a Second Language Exam, please indicate this preference. NOTE: special testing accommodation is available for students with disabilities. Please contact the Center for Students with Disabilities at , or visit Program Choice: Acceptance as a degree-seeking (matriculated) student requires you to be a high school graduate, defined as one who has received a diploma from a state-accredited secondary school or one who has received a high school equivalency diploma by passing the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), formerly known as the GED. Refer to the attached Programs & Admissions Requirements Chart. Enter the Program Code of the program you wish to pursue. Some programs have additional requirements which must be met. If you are not eligible for this program, you will be admitted to an alternate program which may prepare you for later admission to a choice of programs. Previous Educational Level Completed: Report the extent of your previous education. Report dates in mm/dd/yyyy format. Check all that apply. High School: Report the name of the high school from which you were or expect to be graduated. Report the state or, if outside the U.S.A., the country in which your high school is located. An official copy of your high school transcript must be submitted. Students who have completed an associate or higher degree do not have to submit high school records EXCEPT those defined below. NOTE: Transfer students who have received an Associate of Occupational Studies degree and/or who are seeking admission to the Allied Health or Mortuary Science programs must also provide an official high school transcript to the Admissions Office. Colleges, Universities or Other Post-Secondary Schools Previously Attended: If you have attended an institution of higher education, you must submit an official transcript from EACH institution to the Office of Admissions. Report the name, city and state of the institution, and its country if not in the U.S.A, your dates of attendance and, if appropriate, your date of graduation. Applications for transfer students will not be processed without receipt of official transcripts for each college or institution attended. Honors: To be considered for Nassau's Honors Program, applicants must rank in the top half of their high school graduating class, and show a strong record of success in key academic areas. Students may also be required to meet additional criteria determined by the Honors Coordinator. For more information, Joint Admissions or Affiliations: If you are a first-time college student, or in some cases a transfer student with fewer than 24 college credits, you may plan an entire four-year degree program at the time of application to Nassau Community College. Your name and address will be provided to the institution you select and they will contact you to help you plan appropriately. The colleges which participate are listed on the application. Please contact each institution, as they may have additional criteria and certain degrees which they will accept. Veterans, Service Members and Dependents: Please report your date of separation as cited on your DD-214 form in mm/dd/yyyy format. If you are currently serving, report the date of your enlistment. Be sure to submit a copy of your DD- 214 or your military orders to the Office of the Registrar after you have registered for classes, in order to receive certification of your benefits. Felony Conviction: The State University of New York requires applicants to provide this information. If you were a Youthful Offender, Juvenile Delinquent or Juvenile Offender, respond "No." If you answer "Yes", you must submit a Request for Admissions Review Committee form at least 30 days before the semester begins. *Information requested that is marked with an asterisk (*) is voluntary and is used for statistical and reporting purposes only. Information will be kept confidential. Refusal to provide this information will not subject the applicant to any adverse treatment; nor will information be used in a discriminatory manner. Nassau Community College is a comprehensive, full opportunity College, open to all qualified applicants. Nassau Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, physically challenged status or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran in admissions, employment and treatment of students and employees.
5 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: NCC ID APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION PLEASE READ THE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE COMPLETING THIS APPLICATION Semester for which you are applying: Fall (September) 20 Spring (January) 20 Summer Applicants: Must meet with an Admissions Counselor. Winter Applicants: Must fill out a Non-Degree application. SECTION A - PERSONAL INFORMATION Your Social Security Number (Enter your United States of America Social Security Number (SSN). Your SSN is used to coordinate the collection of information for all your student records. Authority to collect the SSN is granted under Section 355 of the New York Education Law. Your response will be held confidential. Please double check the number for accuracy. This is required if you are applying for need-based financial aid.) 1) Name Last (Family) First Middle Previous name (if applicable): Last (Family) First Middle 2) Permanent Address: Number and Street Apt. # City State Zip If other than the U.S.A., specify country 3) How long have you resided in Nassau County? Years How long have you resided in New York State? Years 4) Mailing Address (if different than permanent address): Number and Street Apt. # City State Zip If other than the U.S.A., specify NATION 5) Cellular Number: ( ) Home Telephone: ( ) Area Code Area Code 6) a) Gender: q Male q Female b) Date of Birth: / / (MM/DD/YYYY) 7) Citizenship Status (CHECK ONLY ONE): Citizen of the United States of America: q Yes q No (If yes go to question 8) If no, report your Country of Citizenship and Country of Birth If you are NOT a citizen, what is your status in the USA? q q q q Non-Citizen legal permanent resident (Send a copy of your permanent resident card to the Office of Admissions) Have a visa (please identify) A,B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O. P, R, S. T, U, V Status Pending Other (specify) 8) Ethnicity*: Are you Hispanic/Latino? q Yes q No If you are Hispanic/Latino, is your background (select one) q Central American q Cuban q Dominican q Mexican q Puerto Rican q South American q Other Hispanic/Latino 9) Race*: q White q Black or African American q Asian q Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander q American Indian or Alaskan Native 10) Your address (print clearly) : 11) Have you ever been convicted of a felony? (see instructions) q Yes q No 12) Have you ever been suspended from a college for disciplinary reasons? (see instructions) q Yes q No *Information requested that is marked with an asterisk (*) is voluntary and is used for statistical and reporting purposes only. Information will be kept confidential. Refusal to provide this information will not subject the applicant to any adverse treatment; nor will information be used in a discriminatory manner. Nassau Community College is a comprehensive, full opportunity College, open to all qualified applicants. Nassau Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, physically challenged status or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran in admissions, employment and treatment of students and employees.
6 SECTION B - EDUCATION INFORMATION Please answer the following: 1) If English is not your first language, would you prefer to take the English as a Second Language Placement Exam? q Yes q No 2) Program Choice Program CODE: Refer to the Programs and Admissions Requirements chart. Enter the Program Code for the program to which you would like to apply. If you are undecided about your specific program, enter LAAA for Liberal Arts. You may change it once you are admitted. Do not enter a HEGIS code. 3) Previous Educational Level Completed (check all that apply): 1. q Graduated from HS on / / (MM/DD/YYYY) 2. q Plan to graduate from high school on / / (MM/DD/YYYY) 3. q Attended a New York State high school for 2 or more years 4. q Passed the GED/high school equivalency on / / (MM/DD/YYYY) 5. q Did not/will not receive a high school diploma and wish to pursue the New York State 24-credit high school equivalency (HSE) program NOTE: If you have not yet attended the required information session, please contact 6. q Some college-level work completed q Completed associate s degree (Please specify: AA AS AAS AOS) q Completed bachelor s degree or higher 4) Name of High School (from which you were or expect to be graduated): State If your High School is not in the U.S.A, please indicate country: 5) Previous College(s): List in chronological order starting with the LAST college, university or other post-secondary school you attended. Submit official transcripts from each institution to: Office of Admissions, Nassau Community College, One Education Dr., Garden City, NY School name, city and state, (specify nation if outside the U.S.A.) Dates Attended From To Date of Graduation MM/DD/YYYY 6) Honors: Are you interested in taking HONORS courses? (see instructions) q Yes q No 7) Joint Admissions or Affiliations: (see instructions) q Adelphi University q Dowling College q Hofstra q LIU Post q St. John s q SUNY-Albany q SUNY-Old Westbury q SUNY-Stony Brook 8) U.S. Armed Services: Indicate if you are one of the following or a dependent of one of the following: q US veteran (A veteran is a person who has served in the US Armed Forces) Please indicate which branch: q US Army q US Navy q US Marines q US Air Force q US Coast Guard q US National Guard 9) If you have served in the US Armed Services, enter your date of separation as cited in your DD214: / / (MM/DD/YYYY) 10) If you are currently serving, please indicate the date of your enlistment: / / (MM/DD/YYYY) Declaration q By checking this box, I grant my high school and/or college(s) permission to release my transcript(s) to Nassau Community College. I declare that all statements made in this application are, to the best of my knowledge, true and correct, and that reporting any information on this application inaccurately can result in the revocation of an offer of admission.. I understand that if I was born on or after January 1, 1957, I must provide the College with proof of immunization against measles, mumps and rubella prior to the 30th day of the semester. ALL students, regardless of age, must fill out the meningitis survey, which is available at My failure to comply with this New York State law NO LATER THAN 30 days from the start of the semester will result in my disenrollment from classes without refund of tuition and fees. I have read the Programs & Admissions Requirements chart located at I understand that completing an academic program does not guarantee that I will be able to obtain licensure in my chosen profession. I am responsible for understanding any licensing requirements for the particular program in which I intend to enroll. Such licensing requirements may include submitting to a criminal background check, providing proof of work authorization, or fulfilling other specified conditions. In addition, with respect to tuition and fees, the College may refer all amounts in arrears to a collection agency or litigate to ensure payment, and I will be responsible for payment of all attorneys' fees, reasonable collection costs and other charges necessary for collection of any amount not paid when due. Further, I understand that the College may have such default information forwarded to credit reporting agencies. Signature Date *Information requested that is marked with an asterisk (*) is voluntary and is used for statistical and reporting purposes only. Information will be kept confidential. Refusal to provide this information will not subject the applicant to any adverse treatment; nor will information be used in a discriminatory manner. Nassau Community College is a comprehensive, full opportunity College, open to all qualified applicants. Nassau Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, physically challenged status or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran in admissions, employment and treatment of students and employees.
7 Nassau Community College PROGRAMS AND ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Admission to NCC requires a state-endorsed high school diploma or HSE (formerly GED certificate). Diplomas such as I.E.P. and annotated diplomas, school leaving certificates, and certificates of attendance are not valid for admission to the College. Additional program requirements are listed below. ALL supporting materials must be RECEIVED by the Office of Admissions by the deadlines specified. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all documentation has been received. ALERT: Students on F-1 visas are NOT eligible for enrollment in certificate programs. CHART KEY Transfer-Oriented Program Career-Oriented Program AA = Associate in Arts AS = Associate in Science AAS = Associate in Applied Science Cert. = Certificate Program The federal government requires colleges and universities to provide information on rates of employment and loan repayment for specific types of programs. To see this information, visit and click on the link for Programs of Study. Learn more about the certificate program you wish to pursue. PROGRAM CODE DEGREE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS/COMMENTS ACTING THRA AA Available as a daytime program only. ADM. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY - ADMIN. SUPPORT ADM. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY - ADMIN. SUPPORT ABT1 AAS ABT2 Cert. ADM. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY - LEGAL ABT3 AAS ADM. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY - LEGAL ABT4 Cert. ADM. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY - MEDICAL ADM. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY - MEDICAL ABT5 AAS ABT6 Cert. AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE COM1 AA Some courses required for degree not available in the evening ART ART1 AS ART STUDIES (Art History) ART2 AA BIOLOGY BIO1 AS Freshmen: One year biology with lab; one year chemistry with lab; 3 years of h.s. math through trigonometry. Transfers: If h.s. requirements are not met: one semester of college biology or chemistry or physics or Anatomy & Physiology, completion of NCC's MAT 109 (algebra & trig.) or college math at other colleges. All Applicants: Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. Business: ACCOUNTING ACC1 AS Available as a daytime, evening or weekend program. Business: ACCOUNTING ACC2 AAS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUS1 AS Available as a daytime, evening or weekend program. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUS2 Cert. Business: FASHION BUYING & MERCHANDISING MKT2 AAS Business: MARKETING MKT5 AAS Business: RETAIL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MKT6 AAS CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ENS1 AAS Minimum of 2 years science, 2 years college preparatory math. COMMERCIAL ART: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES (Computer Graphics) ART3 AAS COMMUNICATION ARTS COM2 AA Some courses required for degree not available in the evening.
8 NCC PROGRAMS AND ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Continued PROGRAM CODE DEGREE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS/COMMENTS COMPUTER INFO SYSTEMS: MICROCOMPUTER CMP1 Cert. COMPUTER REPAIR TECHNOLOGY ENS2 AAS Minimum 75 h.s. average, 2 years college preparatory math. COMPUTER SCIENCE CMP2 AS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ENS3 Cert. CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRJ1 AS Grades of 75 or above in 4 years of h.s. math. including pre-calculus. Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. Students without construction experience must take a course in Introduction to Civil Engineering Technology and in Construction Methods. Freshmen: Minimum, 75 h.s. average. Transfers: Minimum, 2.5 GPA and also meet the h.s. requirement of a minimum 75 h.s. average. All Applicants: Ineligible applicants will be accepted into an alternate course pattern. DANCE THRB AA Available as a daytime program only. Design: INTERIOR DESIGN - HOME FURNISHINGS MKT3 AAS DESKTOP PUBLISHING & DESIGN ART4 Cert. DIETARY MANAGEMENT HTL1 Cert. DISABILITY STUDIES PSY3 AA DISABILITY STUDIES PSY1 Cert ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ENS4 AAS Minimum 2 years science, 2 years college preparatory math. Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CRJ3 AS ENGINEERING SCIENCE ENS5 AS Freshmen: Minimum, 75 h.s. average. Transfers: Must have earned a minimum of 15 credits with a 2.5 GPA. Also eligible are applicants who have five (5) years paid professional experience in Emergency Mgmt, Law Enforcement or Fire Science, documented on official letterhead stationery from the employer. One year physics; 1 year chemistry; 4 years h.s. math, including pre-calculus. Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. FASHION DESIGN MKT7 AAS Portfolio review and interview required. FINANCIAL MARKETS ECO1 Cert. Most courses online and/or weekends. FIRE SCIENCE CRJ2 AS FOOD & NUTRITION HTL2 AS FOOD SERVICE ADMIN.; RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT HTL3 AAS FOOD SERVICE TECHNOLOGY HTL4 Cert. HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Medical Billing and Coding) HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Medical Billing and Coding) ABT9 AAS ABT7 Cert. HEALTH STUDIES HED3 AS Minimum, 80 h.s. average or completion of 12 college credits with a minimum of 2.75 GPA. HOTEL TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATION HTL5 AAS HUMAN SERVICES: COMMUNITY SERVICE AND SOCIAL WELFARE SOC1 AA Minimum, 80 h.s. average or completion of 12 college credits from the Human Services Program with a minimum 2.75 GPA. Placement in remedial English or reading will remove applicant from consideration. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CMP3 AAS Upper 70% of h.s. class. Minimum grades of 75 in college preparatory math. Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration.
9 NCC PROGRAMS AND ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Continued PROGRAM CODE DEGREE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS/COMMENTS INTERIOR DESIGN - Home Furnishings MKT4 Cert. LIB ARTS & SCI - HUMANITIES & SOC SCI LAAA AA Available as a daytime, evening or weekend program. For students interested in areas such as: Architecture, Creative Writing, Economics & Finance, English, Foreign Languages, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and other areas as well. Completion of NCC degree prepares students for transfer into third year at most senior colleges. LIB ARTS & SCI - MATH & SCIENCE LAAS AS Available as a daytime, evening or weekend program. For students interested in areas such as: Chemistry, Chiropractic, Medical Technology, Pharmacy, Physical Sciences, Physical Therapy, Physics, Toxicology, and other areas as well. Completion of NCC degree prepares students for transfer into third year at most senior colleges. LIB ARTS & SCI: ADOLESCENCE ED -TEACHER EDUCATION English or Social Studies - 7th to 12th Grade LIB ARTS & SCI: ADOLESCENCE ED -TEACHER EDUCATION Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Math or Physics - 7th to 12th Grade TED4 AA TED7 AS Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. LIB ARTS & SCI: AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES AFR1 AA LIB ARTS & SCI: CHILDHOOD ED -TEACHER EDUCATION English or History- 1st to 6th Grade LIB ARTS & SCI: CHILDHOOD ED -TEACHER EDUCATION General Science or Math - 1st to 6th Grade LIB ARTS & SCI: EARLY CHILDHOOD ED -TEACHER EDUCATION English or History - Birth to 2nd Grade LIB ARTS & SCI: EARLY CHILDHOOD ED -TEACHER EDUCATION General Science or Math - Birth to 2nd Grade TED3 AA TED6 AS Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. TED2 AA TED5 AS Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES: MATHEMATICS MAT2 AS MEDIA COM3 AA Minimum grades of 75 in 4 years of h.s. math including pre-calculus or a higher level math course. Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. Other departmental offerings are listed under American Sign Language and Communication Arts. Some courses required for degree not available in the evening. MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Deadline - April 15, 2015 MORTUARY SCIENCE Priority Deadline - May 25, 2015 AHS1 AAS MSC1 AAS Fall admission only. No evening program. Freshmen: 1 year biology, 1 year chemistry, 2 years college preparatory math. Grades of at least 75 in sciences and math All applicants: Interview required. Must be legally eligible for licensure and employment in the US at time of application. Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration. Fall Admission only: day or evening. All Applicants: Grades of 70 or higher in the following: h.s. biology with lab, h.s. chemistry with lab, and one year of college preparatory math. Minimum grades of "C+" in the following: college-level Anatomy and Physiology I, Introduction to Statistics and Accounting I. If h.s. requirements are not met, contact department chairperson. Must be legally eligible for licensure and employment in the Unites States at the time of application. Placement in remediation may remove applicant from consideration.
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